9-10 April 2022 (weekend)

Macik Labdryn




Led by: Lama Rinchen

Seminar begins on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. and ends on Sunday at about 4:30 p.m. 

To practise Vajrayana full transmission is necessary: empowerment, oral instructions and lung. Chod empowerment on Saturday 9th of April at 10:30 a.m.

Chod is a very well-known practice in Tibet, based on the teachings about emptiness from Prajna Paramita. It is also a practical application of these teachings. The practitioners offer symbolically their bodies to different groups of invited guests for the benefits of all sentient beings. Machik Labdron, an outstanding female master, had a very significant role in spreading this practice. She combined teachings from four different Lineages into one comprehensive practice, which nowadays is one of the most known in Tibetan Buddhism.

The Tibetan word 'chod' means 'to cut'. The goal of this practice is to cut off four Maras, including primordial ignorance which is based on clinging to the notion of 'self' as a solid entity. Chod is a complete practice which can be one's main meditation. It helps to accumulate a great amount of merit, remove obstacles on the path and receive the blessing of insight. It is also often performed as an additional practice that enriches and deepens one's spiritual practice. This particular Chod practice, known as Milam Lungten, was composed by the great master Karma Chagme and it combines guru yoga and Chod. Since it is quite short and complex at the same time, it has been one of the most common ways of practicing Chod in Karma Kamtsang tradition for centuries.



Registration deadline (and prepayment for meals) – till the 4th of April.

Registration can be completed by using the REGISTRATION FORM. Please fill in the form also for any accompanying person not participating in the sessions.

The number of people allowed to be in the temple will be limited, in accordance with applicable pandemic regulations. Please note that fully vaccinated people are not included in number limits.

All changes considering your stay should be submitted at least three days in advance.



NOTE! New bank account. Our Buddhist Centre in Grabnik is maintained exclusively by donations, therefore each, even very symbolic, amount offered money is important and appreciated. Those who would like to support us, may do the donations via transfer to our bank account or with a use of a debit card (see: donate) or in cash at the Centre.

Suggested donation (meals not included):
one day - 60 PLN
full seminar - 120 PLN

Additional stay not during the seminar – 20 PLN per day
Children and accompanying persons not participating in the sessions – 20 PLN per day

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FOOD (only when prepaid and booked on time)

All meals are vegetarian.
Suggested donation: breakfast 12 PLN, lunch 16 PLN, dinner 12 PLN (full board - 40 PLN)

Please bring your own mug.

Prepayment is not equivalent to registering for the seminar. Please remember to register!
We are not able to guarantee meals to those arriving unannounced.

- We cannot guarantee meals to those who do not register and make a donation on time.
- Meals are served at fixed hours (breakfast at 8 a.m., lunch at 1 p.m. and dinner at 6 p.m.).
- Please think your order through. There are no returns for ordered and not used meals, unless a resignation is submitted three days in advance.

Donations may be done via transfer to a bank account or by credit card (see donate).
If you have any problems with money transfer, please contact the office.



In order to avoid misunderstandings and make the work of our team easier, please read the Guide for Participants which explains what to bring, where to stay, how to behave and more.



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